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In the sequel to Salt and Strong Rum, Cliff Brechner, river pilot, is ready to take his relationship with Josephine Vaughn, charter boat captain, to the next level: marriage. And where better to pop the question than the tiny Caribbean Island of San Bernardito?
Jo, on the other hand, has her own reasons for being there. Namely, to confront her mother about the older woman’s abandonment of Jo and Jo’s father. Jo’s never had a relationship as serious as the one she has with Cliff, and she’s not sure she is even capable of seeing it to the end. Can her mother answer that question?
When a turf war between merfolk clans threatens their happiness, Jo and Cliff are torn in different directions. Can they get the answers they want before all is lost?
Successful, dominant producer Hollis and blonde, ghostly pedicab driver Brunhilda don't have a lot in common, but for some reason they can't stay away from each other. Brunhilda doesn't want another man in her life telling her what to do--her twin brother is enough--but she agrees to give in to Hollis's sexual demands for the Mardi Gras season. He has to promise to give her up at Lent. When Lent comes, will she still want to be set free?
Or will she, in very Mardi Gras fashion, want to "let the good Dom roll"?
Gelford Hoye thinks his love life has doomed him to being a third in one failed m‚nage after another. He's not going to let that get in the way of a good time at Southern Decadence, though, the South's most luscious pride fest. There he meets Fanny Ferula, the Caning Queen of Cleveland and the fiercest domme in fifty states. This gender-bending master takes Gel across her knee, and Gel can't deny the fact that he loves it.
Fanny, and her alter ego Aseem, can offer Gel everything he needs to find peace and happiness...that is, if life doesn't get in the way first.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM theme and elements (including/not limited to bondage, D/s, spanking, whipping, etc.), male/male sexual practices.
Related Titles: The Lovely Kittengirls of Mew Orleans and My Two Doms
Previous Book: The Lovely Kittengirls of Mew Orleans
Haley has been seeing two very different doms, and they both made her happy in their own way. Gregory...older, calm, and willing to show her off. And Jason, a possessive and fiery younger man.
When the two men finally meet up, Haley realizes she doesn’t want each man on separate nights anymore; she wants both of them together! But the two doms are so different -- and so often at each other’s throat -- that she doubts she can have what she desires. Will a surprise weekend together help the men bond or just cause more conflict?
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM theme and elements, menage (m/f/m).
Denise has wanted her own professional football team since she was six years old. Now, she’s finally got it, but it comes with one problem: recovering alcoholic and notorious lecher Levi “So Fly” Ballom. As a record-setting tight end, his numbers on the field are fantastic, but it’s what’s going on off the field that has Denise worried. She can’t seem to get the Nordic god out of her mind, and her desire could put the future of her brand new franchise at risk.
Levi promised his agent no women for the first year of his recovery, and he was really trying to keep that promise until in swayed his new team’s manager, Denise. All he can think about is tying her up and taking her hard, and he can’t keep his mind on the game. He only sees one way out of this predicament -- do what his fantasies tell him -- but the promise he made to his agent stands in the way.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM theme and elements.
Genre: Multicultural Contemporary
It just doesn’t feel like the holiday season with her young boys still evacuated in Houston, but Addana Carmouche will make the best of it as she works to rebuild the home Hurricane Katrina destroyed only a few months earlier.
When Sergeant Aleister Colmes sees her on the street one day, he’s intrigued by the small, determined woman clearly living by herself in a place little better than a war zone. He takes it upon himself to look after her, and from that, something more develops.
Love grows as Christmas approaches and the neighborhood shows signs of a slow, painful rebirth. But will their relationship survive Colmes’s retirement? His old farmhouse in Nebraska beckons, but so does the fiery woman who’s spirit and heart he’s come to adore. Addana will never leave Holy Cross. So Colmes may have to learn to love the neighborhood as much as he does her if they're going to stay together.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: anal play/intercourse.
Jake Sanders has a few days off from his Peace Corps responsibilities to celebrate the holiday, so he heads to the beach, where he meets a handsome surfer, Desi, who invites Jake to a barbecue. He's ready to have some fun and celebrate, but Jake has no idea how much happiness he’ll find in Desi.
Length: Short Story